kurre.art #242

Wooden dancing pants (exhibition totem) / African Sumac, steel.

It’s the final weekend of the show at Eye Lounge, and I’ll be at the gallery both Saturday and Sunday. Because of Covid-19, I’m asking those who’d want to see the exhibition in person, to make an appointment. All appointments an hour long, are private and wearing a mask is required. For more information or to schedule a visit, email me at charleskurre.art@gmail.com.

Saturday 1 – 5 PM
Sunday 11 AM – 3 PM

Automatic changer next to nothing, looking down to where the concrete is broken, asking about the future and finding you there. – 2021, 30″ x 30″ x 2″, acrylic, dry pigment, graphite on canvas.

Thanks for reading!

Charles

kurre.art #240

january 28th

Earlier this week, fellow artist and pro photographer Jason Koster spent a couple of hours at the gallery, documenting the exhibition. Besides his professional and artistic work, Jason is a kindred outdoors spirit, an avid hiker/backpacker, and mountain biker. Find his work at jasonkoster.net and @koster_photo.
 
I’ll be back at the gallery this weekend, so please come by. Because of Covid-19 and needing to keep everyone safe, including myself, please schedule a time for your visit. Email me at: charleskurre.art@gmail.com
 
Saturday, January 30th, 1-5 PM
Sunday, January 31st, 11AM – 3PM

If you’d like to see the exhibition in person and the weekend hours aren’t convenient, let me know, and I’ll arrange for a private visit. charleskurre.art@gmail.com

Thanks for reading.

Charles

kurre.art news # 239

january 20

The opening weekend has come and gone, and I’d like to thank everyone who visited the gallery Saturday and Sunday; your support is genuinely appreciated. I was a bit disappointed there wouldn’t be a proper “opening” with the accompanying social gathering. Still, it was such a pleasure just sharing the work individually with folks; it ended up being a memorable weekend. 

Now is one of my favorite times in the gallery. The work is out of the studio chaos, hung on pristine white walls, with ample room to breathe. It’s really the first time I can “see” the work. Divorced from the context as the creator, it no longer seems mine; it belongs to itself, and I experience the work unencumbered by my practice’s formal concerns.

I’ll be back at the gallery this weekend, so come see the exhibition. Because of Covid-19 and needing to keep everyone safe, including myself, please schedule a time for your visit. Email me at: charleskurre.art@gmail.com

Saturday, January 23rd, 1-5 PM
Sunday, January 24th, 11AM – 3PM

If you’d like to see the exhibition in person and the weekend hours aren’t convenient, let me know, and I’ll arrange for a private visit.  charleskurre.art@gmail.com

Thanks for reading

Charles

The gallery is at 419 E Roosevelt St, just south of downtown. Eye Lounge is on the southeast corner of Roosevelt and 5th Street, and the entrance is off 5th Street. For those who can’t make it in person, an upcoming Kurre.art News post will include a digital version of the show.

I look forward to sharing the work with you!

Thanks for reading.

Charles